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Definition of AEstival

AEstival
AEstival [AE]s"ti*val, a. [L. aestivalis, aestivus, fr. aestas summer.] Of or belonging to the summer; as, [ae]stival diseases. [Spelt also estival.]

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- Summer is the hottest of the four temperate seasons, falling after spring and before autumn. At or around the summer solstice, the earliest sunrise and...
- Astronomical phenomenon The summer solstice (or estival solstice), also known as midsummer, occurs when one of the Earth's poles has its maximum tilt toward...
- I'll pray the gods to give him joy. Elizabeth Hand (1992). "Chapter 2". Aestival Tide. The moujiks had names for these hurricanes. They believed that there...
- Wrigglesworth on drums the band pla**** its first festival in September 2010, Aestival in Suffolk, and work began on a second EP, The War Room, which was released...
- from Honshū, ****an. The wingspan is 11.7–13.2 mm. There are two forms, an aestival and an autumnal form, which are distinct in colour-pattern. The larvae...
- site of a small unincorporated fishing village. In Elizabeth Hand's novel Aestival Tide, a reconstructed Indianola is featured as the lowermost level of the...
- and wrote DC Comics' 1990s cult series Anima. Hand's other works include Aestival Tide (1992); Icarus Descending (1993); Waking the Moon (1994), which won...
- and an aestival form with a br****y-yellow costal blotch. Adults of the autumnal form are on wing in October and November, while the aestival form is...
- 5–7 mm. There are two distinct forms, an aestival (summer) and autumnal form. The forewing of the aestival form is white, that of the autumnal form golden...
- eruginous, esteem, estimable, estimate, inestimable aestas aest- summer aestival, aestivate, aestivation, estivate, estivator aestus aestu- estuarial, estuarine...
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